Benderbrau wrote:You missed the point entirely. The movie is a documentary and is trying to illustrate the brutality that can arise from bullying. This is not the kind of movie you soften up. Besides kids are seeing this shit every day in school so why censor it in the theaters?
No, I didn't miss the point. You're just being overly dramatic on problem with a simple solution.
The tone and content of the documentary isn't causing the R rating. The word FUCK is. Simply silence the word FUCK and the movie is in schools.
Whether you hear the word FUCK or see someone's lips say FUCK, but don't hear the word FUCK really doesn't make a difference, because in your mind you know what's being said is FUCK.
It won't change the fact the kid killed himself during filming or the impact of the kid getting pushed around will have on viewers.